AT PRO 92cW
Robust and functional.
Robust and functional.
We had our first one for about 5 years, where it is used for two church services each week. At the end of 5 years, the wire insulation began to crack and the fitting (where it connects to the receiver) started getting loose, resulting in cracking in the speakers. We just replaced it with the same kind and would be pleased if I got another 5 years out of it. They can be hard to dial in to the perfect form on your ear, but I am sure that is with most head warn mics.
The sound quality of this mic is good for our application. We use it for 3 back to back church services through Mackie SRM450 speakers. A speaking voice sounds great through this set up. It is very light and streamlined which makes it comfortable, but what you gain there in comfort you lose in rigidity. It is very delicate and we've had to send it in for repairs and then eventually replace it within a year of purchase due to a short in the wires even though we are very particular in taking care of it. We've had the same issue with other similarly priced headworn mics of different brands.
This mic is very rugged. You can form it to ear and face very easily. The problem is that it does not stay in place once it is fitted on the ear. I ordered 12 of these mics for a huge drama for our church. Sound quality was ok but the actors were not able to wear them very well.
I bought six of these for use on AT 3000 series transmitters. They sound fine, and they are great for small voices, but the PR person and the photographer complained so much about the size and the look that we replaced them the next season due to their amazingly large end.
They were used in theatrical productions in a medium sized theater.
They are easy to bend and pretty well constructed.
I have had this mic for about a month and used it once a week for Sunday morning sermons. The sound quality is wonderful and for the price, it is the best that I have found.
The only dislike that I have is that the cord is a little stiff, but that may change with time.
I use this with elementary and middle school kids for school plays (musicals), and have purchased a number of these microphones. It conforms to their heads (with a little tape support). It has stood up to the relative rough use as it is transferred from one to another. I have also used them with adult performances. It has a nice sound, especially for the price.
Found it more sturdy than the previous head-mic, Hopefully this one will last the abuse better.
Sounds great, however the cord is a little thick and not as flexible as the more expensive ones, but then again, its not as expensive.
I was very pleased at the sound quality of this mic. I even did a back to back with a competitors mic., We ate looking at replacing the balance of our lavalieres with this mic. The quality is good while maintaining a very stealth looki
This mic works well, stays on the ear and picks up great regardless of what ear it is put on.
I bought this to replace one of the audio technics headworn mics that is thinner and goes under the ear. SInce it was $120 compared to $270, I thought I'd give it a try. I purchased it for a church, and the first week the pastor wore it, he said it felt kind of bulky, and that he was aware that it was there more than the previous one. Another pastor tried it and said it didn't fit his ear and he had to switch to a tie clip mic. As far as sound goes, I think it sounds basically as good as the more expensive one, which is a plus. I'm planning to keep it as a backup and get another of the thinner model.
Go mic for good price. A little bigger then some headworn mics, but not obviously distracting. Constructed well and durable for regular use.
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